Pros And Cons Of Refrigerant Recycling

Slowly, as most refrigerant options become costlier to develop and use, HVACR experts are looking into refrigerant recycling programs. This is a process that can help reduce the contaminants found in the refrigerant, allowing it to be reused in the same equipment, or used in equipment owned by the same owner. This is not the same thing as reclaiming refrigerant, which is based on a multiple filtration process that reclaims that refrigerant in order to use it for industry purity standards. There are many different advantages and disadvantages that come with the recycling process, and researchers are constantly looking into ways to optimize it.

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Ferrous And Non-Ferrous Metal: Uses And Recycling

FERROUS METALS

Ferrous metals take their name from Latin. In ancient Latin, Ferum translated as iron, thus ferrous metals all contain iron. The unique qualities between the different ferrous metals result from changes in the atomic relationship.

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Electronic Scrap Recycling: A Quick Guide To Trading Successfully

The term electronic scrap recycling (or e-scrap recycling) is used to refer to the industry where money is traded for old electronic devices and metals with the aim of refining and re-purposing them as precious metals. Of course, the types of scrap electronics that can be purchased will vary. As a result, the prices will vary also. As is the case with most industries, prices are determined predominantly by demand. Therefore, the higher the demand, then the higher the price paid to acquire the electronic scrap. As such, it is important for traders (namely sellers) to do some research to get an idea of what they are working with. Still, the old adage remains true, one man’s junk is another man’s treasure, and your old computer parts and other electronic and technology devices can earn you some extra money.

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Reduce, Reuse, Recycle: What To Do With Old Batteries

Battery recycling might not be at the top of everyone’s list but it certainly should be. On average, every household in the United States has a minimum of least 10 batteries lurking in every corner. At least 8 of these batteries are thrown out on a yearly basis. This may not sound like much but if you consider the fact that this leads to around 3 billion dry cell batteries being purchased around the country every year, it makes sense that some form of reusing or recycling needs to take place.

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The Importance Of Light Bulb Recycling

Light bulb recycling is a lesser known recycling service. Most people are well-aware of other recyclable materials, such as paper, plastic, glass, aluminum, tin, and even electronic devices and gadgets. However, light bulb recycling is very important to the environment as well.

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